Warmer and feeling more humid with a late day thunderstorm possible Friday


Skies are mostly clear this evening. The breeze is light to calm.  Temperatures drop out of the 70’s into the 60s.  Morning lows begin in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees.   It’s warmer to end the week with highs back into the lower and middle 80s.   A stray thunderstorm late in the day towards evening can’t be ruled out but overall it’s a dry day.  A wave of low pressure developing on a nearby stalled front brings a better threat for showers and thunderstorms heading into the weekend.    


Most of Saturday right now is dry but as the day heats up, and a front stalled nearby, showers and thunderstorms become more likely.  You’ll need to keep an eye to the sky if you are planning on being outdoors.  Highs top out near 80 degrees.   Showers lingering into early Sunday, however, the rest of the day is much drier.  Clouds are slow to break but sunshine is expected, especially, later in the day.  Readings are near seasonable averages in the middle and upper 70s. 


Cool start to the day in the middle 50s.  Very comfortable too.  Skies are partly cloudy and afternoon temperatures top out in the upper 70s.  Another dry day expected Tuesday with in and out sunshine.  Highs are warmer in the lower 80s.  Next system brings very low chance for a late day shower or thunderstorm Wednesday.  Ahead of the front, temperatures warm into the lower and middle 80s.   Expect plenty of sunshine Thursday and warm temperatures still in the 80s!

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Have a good day!

MaryEllen Pann,

Chief Meteorologist

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